Today marks the 71st anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, which authorized the “indefinite detention” of nearly 150,000 people on American soil.
 In remembrance of this horrible period in America, please take a moment to read the following article.  It's the shocking true story of one man's entire family and their experience with being indefinitely detained (along with 1000s of others) in American prison camps...


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It's a terrible thing, but getting down to the nitty gritty of the Tea Party, and vastly more far reaching was this Roosevelt statement in 1933: "While it isn't written in the Constitution, nevertheless, it is the inherent duty  of the Federal Government to keep its people from starvation."

Why were people in danger of starvation?  After the stock market crash in 1929, the Fed raised interest rates, thus bringing about several bank runs. It was bank runs that brought about the Great Depression and people in danger of starvation.  We don't want to make that mistake again.

To keep the American peope from starvation, the Federal Government is spending us into bankruptcy and the Fed is printing money so that the Federal Government can borrow and hand it out to people, ostensibly, to keep them for starving. There is just one problem, the inherent duty of the Federal Government, what Roosevelt said. It's unconstitutional. So, what are we doing about it? 

The popular vote does not matter.  A Roosevelt appointee to the Supreme Court, Justice Brandeis: "Property is only a means. It has been a frequent error of our Court that they have made the means an end."

The Court's test of a right: Whether the right is "of the very essence of a scheme of ordered liberty."  Government entitlement is unconstitututional.  Politicians would not dare to mention that they unconstitutional, that they have instituted a federal protection racket.




Foul-Mouthed Vicente Fox: Donald Trump Has
Ruined The American Dream For Non-Americans

Wasn’t that the point of his election? Foul-mouthed former Mexican President Vicente Fox attacked President Trump in a recent Newsweek op-ed.

Fox wrote that Trump has “ended the American dream for hundreds of thousands of Americans and non-Americans.”

The globalists and American left believe US presidents should put the well-being of foreigners above the well-being of American citizens.

Donald Trump rejects this belief.

The Hill reported:

Former Mexican President Vicente Fox slammed President Trump in a new op-ed Monday, claiming that Trump has killed the American dream.

“It has been more than a year since Donald Trump was elected, and since then he has tweeted more policies and complaints than any other political leader,” Fox wrote in an op-ed for Newsweek. “He has put international relations at risk and ended the American dream for hundreds of thousands of Americans and non-Americans. Is there anything he hasn’t done?”

The frequent Trump critic blasted the president for his threats on Twitter, including his recent suggestion that immigration enforcement from Mexico could become a condition in the ongoing North American Free Trade Agreement negotiations.

“Today we continue renegotiating the treaty because of good old Donald’s whims, we keep listening to him whining, and reading his conditions on Twitter; the most recent one is that the Dreamers depend on the construction of the f—ing wall,” Fox wrote.


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